Translate the Greek New Testament – Interlinear Texts and Online Tools
Greek New Testaments in digital forms are easy to find online. Many of these are interlinears which will parse every word for you to help you translate from Greek to English so you can better understand the New Testament in the original language. Below is a list of links to sites that provide some version of the Greek New Testament online. Many of these sites offer additional helps and tools for their New Testament Greek texts. Some tools include various search functions, automatic parsing and various font displays that will allow you to see the Greek of the New Testament no matter how you have configured your computer.
The sites below focus specifically on the Greek text of the New Testament. If you are more interested in learning Greek grammar, vocabulary, exegesis, pronunciation, or Greek fonts, we have specific pages addressing those issues and more. If you are looking for books please visit recommended books.
Greek NT texts that parse words
This site has a nice display. Click on any Greek word to see its parsing and lexical meaning in a convenient sidebar.
This is an amazing web app that parses words as you hover over them. It will also let you create your own customized Greek New Testament Reader with the additional helps that you select (such as glosses for words occurring over a certain number of times.)
This site displays the Westcott-Hort Greek NT and will parse the Greek words as you click on them. There are many different display options in order to see the Greek text. Click on “Configure display” in the upper left corner to adjust the language and font.
(NA26)- You have your choice of displaying GNT passages in Symbol font, images, Athena font, Unicode (Palatino Linotype), or all caps. Includes one-click parsing and definitions.
This interlinear has parsing for each word on the fourth line of each row. The Greek is in Uncial (all caps) from,
Greek NT texts that are searchable
There is a search box at the top left of this site where you can type English transliterations of GNT words and it will search for the word in Greek (NA26).
Anthony J Fisher built a very functional web site that allows for a number of morphological searches in Greek without having to type in Greek (NA26).
You can select a number of different public domain Greek New Testaments using multiple words.
Perseus allow for searching of all sorts of ancient works including the Greek New Testament.
Online Greek NT texts for translation and reading
All of the sites listed on this page work for reading and translating the Greek New Testament. These pages only have Greek texts (without many additional helps.)
This is Nestle and Aland’s site for their Greek New Testament. I’m not a big fan of the font used on the site, but since it is Unicode you can change it to another Unicode font if you copy and paste the text.
The Christian Classics Ethereal Library with the Westcott-Hort GNT, (Unicode font)
The SBL Greek New Testament is a recent critical text that is open to the public. You can set the text here.
This is a very basic older site with a unicode Greek New Testament text.
This text is great because it can be pasted into a Word document with all the accents, breathings, etc.
Interlinears – Online Greek NT that have English connected to them
This interlinear has the NLT English translation as the primary text.
This is a phrase based interlinear. Both Greek and English preserve their original word order but group phrases until all of the word groups align. It has the Septuagint (Greek Old Testament) and New Testament.
This is a reverse interlinear with a serious amount of site functionality.
This is a reverse interlinear where the Textus Receptus Greek text is primary with parsing and English gloss under each word. There is an English translation of each verse in the right sidebar.